Recent Examples of neuroimaging from the Web
Sophisticated neuroimaging machines and brain-computer interfaces detect the electrical activity of neurons, enabling us to decode and even alter the nervous system signals that accompany mental processes.
Earlier this year, for example, a team at the University of Washington used neuroimaging to show that bilingual 11-month-olds demonstrated stronger activity in areas of the brain associated with problem solving and self-control.
My journey through the land of functional neuroimaging has helped me to understand how spectacularly meaningless these images are likely to be.
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